Google I/O 2015 has brought a host of announcements regarding new Android M features and updates to apps we already know and love. Something that was not mentioned during yesterday’s keynote was the auto backup feature that will come with Android M.
Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the ... Read More »
Google has announced a couple updates today that will mean a significantly more streamlined experience for their photos and email products.
First up is the addition of a “Google Photos” section to Google Drive. This will include all of the photos and videos that already reside in your Google+ account. This is a logical move ... Read More »
To help do its part for Safer Internet Day, Google is offering 2GB of additional Drive storage to anyone that completes a Security Checkup between now and February 17th. If you complete the checkup, your bonus storage will show up on February 28th.
They claim the survey checkup will take about two minutes, and having ... Read More »
Students that use Google Apps for Education are in for a treat. Google is now rolling out a new set of features for Google Apps for Education that includes a new unlimited storage plan for Google Drive. Yes, the only limit you’ll have to deal with is a 5TB size limit per file.
With recent HTC device purchases, you were given some free Google Drive storage for two years as a promotion. For the HTC One (M8) and the One Max, it was 50GB of online storage space. But it looks like HTC decided to be generous for absolutely no reason and bump that storage up to 100GB, ... Read More »
Use Gmail on your Android device? If so, you’ll want to keep an eye on the Play Store in the coming days, because there’s a pretty significant update to the Gmail app that’s rolling out starting today.
In my opinion, making Google Drive the hub for all of your online content wasn’t the best idea on mobile. Google Drive is a solid online storage service, but adding document editing to the mix never made much sense on mobile. Mobile apps should be focused to be more efficient, and adding document editing to ... Read More »